Tag Archive: Dallas Cowboys

Jan 26

The Landry Hat: Which Cowboys rookie will make the biggest leap in 2016?

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Nearly a year after the Dallas Cowboys landed one of the most talented draft classes in their history, which of those rookies will take the biggest step forward this season? The Dallas Cowboys had a highly talented draft haul last season, landing three first round rated players in UConn defensive back Byron Jones, Nebraska defensive …

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Nov 29

The Landry Hat: Dallas Cowboys evaluation season has begun

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In the coming weeks, the Dallas Cowboys will be determining which of their players deserve to be back in 2016. When it actually happened is debatable. One could argue that it occurred in the offseason, as the Dallas Cowboys brain trust dragged their feet on getting wide receiver Dez Bryant signed to a long-term deal …

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Nov 26

Report: Cowboys’ Romo out for rest of season

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Whatever faint hopes the Dallas Cowboys might have had for a playoff run vanished in a teal fog on Thanksgiving afternoon, as the Carolina Panthers manhandled the Cowboys 33-14. Ladling insult atop injury like gravy atop stuffing, the Cowboys lost Tony Romo on a sack that re-injured the same left clavicle that kept Romo out …

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Nov 23

The Landry Hat: A Cowboys Thanksgiving Day win will turn the national tide

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With a Dallas Cowboys win on Thanksgiving Day, America’s Team can turn the national tide concerning their future playoff hopes. The 3-7 Dallas Cowboys have everything to gain this Thursday. And their opponents during their annual Thanksgiving Day matchup, the undefeated 10-0 Carolina Panthers, have everything to lose. With a win, the Cowboys turn the …

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Nov 12

The Landry Hat: Why the Dallas Cowboys’ season isn’t a lost cause

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Following their sixth straight loss and now sitting in the NFC East basement with a record of 2-6, the Dallas Cowboys have many fans and analysts proclaiming that their season is dead. Some say that the return of star quarterback Tony Romo from his week 2 collarbone injury is simply coming too late for things …

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Nov 10

The Landry Hat: Here’s why the return of Tony Romo does not matter

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Here’s the thing about a season in the National Football League. The grind, day-to-day, week-to-week, has a way of exposing you and showing the world exactly what you are. Sure, you have your surprise results each week, but by and large, the teams that are really good find a way to win every week and …

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Oct 31

The Landry Hat: Should Darren Woodson be in the Hall of Fame?

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On Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys will induct former safety Darren Woodson into the franchise’s Ring of Honor. Along with being the Cowboys’s all-time leading tackler, Woodson won three Super Bowls, was a five-time Pro Bowl selection and a four-time All-Pro selection. Now, that Woodson will take his rightful place along side the other Dallas Cowboy …

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Sep 21

steeljake75: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly; Week 2

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Week 2 started in Denver and will officially end tomorrow night in Indianapolis and while we have along way to go some teams have shown us what they might be down the line. I will grant you some overreaction is bound to happen, for example Cincinnati being 2-0 certainly does not mean they will be …

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Sep 20

BTB: Report: Dez Bryant Could Be Out Longer Than Expected; 10-12 Weeks Suggested

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Latest reports indicate Dez Bryant could be out until December. What would a Sunday morning be without some attention-grabbing NFL headlines? Sunday morning is when the various NFL shows try to present their juiciest content, as this is when they’ll attract the most viewers and clicks. Including some breaking news about the Cowboys is almost …

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Aug 19

Who will win the NFC South?

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They didn’t have a team above .500 last year. They didn’t even have a team at 8-8 in 2014. In 2015, then, it’s no surprise that the NFC South presents one of the most confusing and confounding collections of teams in the league. So who will win the division? That’s the topic of Wednesday’s Pro …

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